Alex's feelings for Pete become more complicated following a most unexpected dream.
When Pete's mom returns to town, Walt is determined to win back his ex-wife at any cost.
The pressure heats up for Alex, who is out to impress when she attends the wedding of a partner at her law firm.
Pete and the crew spot Ben with another woman. Meanwhile, Walt and Screwsie try to help Charlie get back at a bully.
Pete and the guys advise Alex on how to take her relationship with her boyfriend Ben to the next level.
A hardworking single mom is hesitant to hire a flakey but charming contractor to remodel her kitchen.
A sneak peek at NBC's new romantic comedy series, "Bent".
Alex's concern for Pete causes her to "drop in" on a GA meeting.
Walt's two-man show is down to one, and he needs to improvise.
Ben challenges Pete to a fight only to be distracted by Alex's bedroom decor.
Alex and Ben's relationship can't stop Pete's mischievous ways.
Co-stars Jeffrey Tambor, Amanda Peet and David Walton tell it to you straight.
Pete lets his fist do the talking in order to earn Alex's trust.
"Bent" is a romantic comedy about a womanizing, surfer dude contractor and his beautiful, no-nonsense, type-A client, who work together to remodel each other's lives as they renovate her Venice, California home. On the surface, Alex (Amanda Peet) and Pete (David Walton) could not be more different. The recently divorced Alex is a hard-working, high-strung lawyer who is raising her 10-year-old daughter, Charlie (Joey King) as a single mom following her husband's incarceration for insider trading. Unwilling to let anything get in her way, she downsizes into a smaller house and hires charismatic Pete, a free-spirited ladies' man and recovering gambling addict who desperately needs this gig with Alex to jumpstart his life -- and prove that he is no longer a screw-up. Upon hiring him, Alex quickly realizes that she has met her match in Pete, who -- along with his motley construction crew - will not only tear apart her kitchen, but transform her worldview in the process. Adding to the charm of Alex's family life is her wild younger sister, Screwsie (Margo Harshman), who, unfortunately for Alex, seems to be cut from the same reckless cloth as Pete. Meanwhile, Pete's home life includes his narcissistic, live-in father, Walt (Jeffrey Tambor), a perpetually unemployed actor who still yearns to get back in the game.